An Antifa-affiliated Twitter account has published a database of home address information associated with Daily Caller employees and writers.
In a now-deleted tweet, the entity claimed they were publishing the information as a “late Christmas gift from Santifa to the Daily Caller.” Big League Politics is declining to publicize the sensitive information of private individuals published for nefarious purposes, but as of Thursday morning the database remains online.
The group claimed they were targeting the Daily Caller “because of its promotion of white supremacist hate speech targetted (sic) at POC, immigrants, and the Left, as well as its own history of doxxing.”
This wouldn’t be the first time that Antifa-affiliated individuals and organizations have shown a propensity for dangerous, extreme and even violent forms of “activism.” An Antifa group that may possibly be linked to the actors behind the doxxing of Daily Caller employees showed up outside the house of Tucker Carlson in November, demanding that he come outside and engage in a confrontation of some sort with the large mob.
The database of in-depth information on a multitude of Caller employees could be utilized for Antifa-linked gangs and elements to conduct similar stunts targeting individuals with far lower public profiles.
The doxxing seems to have possibly come as a revenge operation of sorts for the circulation of a nude photo(simply depicting a woman’s feet) falsely claimed to be of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The Caller had published it, later clarifying that the individual it depicted was not Ocasio-Cortez.
“The Daily Caller staff are all complicit in promoting racist propaganda. We know where you sleep at night. We know you’re all a bunch of shit head rich kids with no moral fiber. We want you out of politics and out of the way. Signed, Antifa.”
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